tabaqui: (deandark)
Monday, July 7th, 2008 01:04 am
I hope everyone who celebrates had a good Fourth! We were very restrained, but enjoyed ourselves, and the evening was actually chilly, which was a nice change from previous years. And...that's all. I'm a bit zoned out, so i have no more news. :)

[livejournal.com profile] sweptawaybayou gave me a prompt, and while i haven't followed the normal course and inserted all the prompt words, what she gave me *did* inspire this, so - thank you, bay-bee!

[livejournal.com profile] darkhavens gave her seal of approval, as well. She's the best!

Title and quoted text is from Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet'. The Latin is 'deliver us from evil' from 'The Lord's Prayer' and parts of the 'Laudes Divinae', or 'Divine Praises'. Both were found here. Previous parts are, as always, in tags.

Mad Blood Stirring )
tabaqui: (deandark)
Thursday, April 17th, 2008 07:28 pm
Ah, yes. More. When the bunny bites, it bites hard. Stupid bunny. I promise that 'Treadmill' will be updated soonest. But this is just *here*, and wanting out, so...

Again, most effusive praise to [livejournal.com profile] darkhavens for her wonderful beta skills, and [livejournal.com profile] sweptawaybayou for always cheering me on and making it all worth while. :)

Title - and quote - is from 'The Life of King Henry the Fifth' by Shakespeare.

Canon 'verse would probably confuse people.... Grrrrrr. Aftermath, i suppose. The first part is The Canon's Mouth.

Conscience Wide as Hell )

Continued in Mad Blood Stirring.
tabaqui: (Default)
Wednesday, April 2nd, 2008 12:44 am
Something new - something shortish. Just a one-off sort of thing I wrote after some comments made over in [livejournal.com profile] lemmealone's journal about Dean, and what he might be like post-hell. So, i suppose this is for her. :)

[livejournal.com profile] darkhavens did the beta, of course, and [livejournal.com profile] sweptawaybayou cheered me on. So thank you, my dears!

ETA: Now with extra 'verseiness! This is now the Aftermath 'verse.

The title and quote is from Shakespeare's 'As You Like It'.

The Canon's Mouth )

Continued in Conscience Wide as Hell.